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January 30, 1981 - Image 31

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1981-01-30

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

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Friday, January 30, 1981

Knesset Committee Defers Election Decision Until Next Week

JERUSALEM (JTA) — nesday its decision on the problem did not arise, be-
Despite a clear majority in issue until next week.
cause elections day is a na-
favor of setting an earlier
The surprise postpone- tional holiday, and there
elections date than the gov- ment came at the request of are no classes.
ernment proposed (July 7), Premier Menahem Begin.
The unexpected post-
the Knesset Legislation Begin explained his request ponement caused an
Committee deferred Wed- by the need to find out from angry reaction among
the Education Ministry the opposition members.
HAVE YOUR CAKE
whether elections which Even committee chair-
AND STILL LOSE WEIGHT
would take place before the man David Glass said
AT
summer school vacation that he had planned to
SNEAKY TREATS
would disturb school work. vote on an earlier date —
Diet Gourmet Shop
Most of the polling sta- but in the wake of the
29275 Southfield
569-7546
Farrell Plaza
tions are placed in schools, prime minister's request,
but in previous years the he agreed to postpone the
vote.
In negotiations between
coalition and opposition
benches it was generally
agreed that the elections
should be set for June 23 or
June 30.
By the majority of coali-
tion Knesseters, and the
abstention of opposition
Knesseters, the committee
postponed the final vote to
next Tuesday.
Meanwhile, the social
and economic committee of
the Labor Alignment issued
a recommendation for -
REALLY GET YOUR NET'S WORTH
"equality between all reli-
With These Sunset Special Prices.
gious steams" within the
Jewish community, and
$5.75 Boston Schrod Florentine.
against past amendment of
$7.25 Express-fresh Daily Catch.
laws on abortion and female
Dinner includes Chowder Hot Bread,
military service.
The document will be
Salad, Vegetable.
debated Sunday during
Sunset Special hours Mon-Sat 4:30-6, Sun 4-6
the second round of the
Chuck Muer's
national convention MF
the 'Labor Party, which
several weeks ago
elected Shimon Peres as
its leading candidate for
Fine Seafood in the Chuck Muer tradition
Grand River at 1-96 • Farmington Hills • 478-3800
the coming parliamen-
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tary elections.
The committee's recom-

SUNSET SPECIAL

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mendation for inclusion in
the Labor electoral platform
indicates a reassertion of
Reform • and Conservative

Technion Prof
Creates New
Distilling Unit

HAIFA (JTA) — An
apparatus to distill brac-
kish and saline water using
solar energy has been de-
veloped by civil engineering
Prof. Anthony Peranio at
the Technion.
The developers believe
that the apparatus will be
particularly useful in re-
mote, arid locations, where
it could produce potable
water at very reasonable
cost.

Talk to the point, and stop
when you have reached it.

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Judaism, representing a
great majority of Diaspora
communities. The next
Labor government, will rec-
ognize weddings performed
by non-Orthodox rabbis.
A Labor government, the
committee also suggested,
should support "absolute
equality between men and
women in respect to rights
and obligations."

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Nothing raises the price
of a blessing like its re-

moval; whereas, it was its
continuance which should
have taught us its value.

—H. Moore

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